Home Foreclosure Help

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // August 7, 2019

Are things about to get bad? Will you need home foreclosure help? The Drudge Report announces in a bold headline today: NEXT SELL-OFF ‘LEHMAN-LIKE’ RECESSION WARNING. “The latest eruption in the U.S.-China trade dispute pushed a widely watched Treasury-market recession indicator to the highest alert since 2007.” Often a yield-curve inversion is a sign of […]

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Pros and Cons of Summer Homes

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // July 31, 2019

Maximum Exposure Real Estate opines, “Buying a vacation home is great for a number of reasons. Not only does it serve as a great place to spend time away from the world, but it also works as an excellent investment for you as well. What are the pros and cons of summer homes? Noted financial […]

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We Are a Cash Buyer of Missouri Houses

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // July 24, 2019

Sellers of Missouri houses land on the market for a variety of reasons. Terra Firma Property Solutions, LLC is a real estate investor and redevelopment company, and we see all of the examples. We are a cash buyer of Missouri houses, and when you need to sell a house quickly, for any reason, you can count […]

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Factors That Impact on Window Replacement Cost

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // July 17, 2019

Considering replacing your windows to achieve energy savings? RealtyBizNews says cost is the main thing that makes many homeowners postpone the idea. Whether you are working out this cost alone or with your contractor, here are some factors that impact on window replacement cost you should consider to come up with an affordable budget. Factors […]

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Buy or Rent

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // July 10, 2019

Lots of talk locally about the lack of affordable housing, high on the list of priorities of the new mayor. The trend nationwide, according to FIU, “Demand for homeownership is still trending downward in major markets, the new  Beracha, Hardin & Johnson Buy vs. Rent (BH&J) Index reveals.” Bottom line: should you buy or rent? The current […]

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Property Reassessments

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // July 3, 2019

According to News-Press Now, “In Kansas City, homeowners unleashed a mini-revolt after property reassessments showed that the value of some homes doubled and tripled in parts of Jackson County.” “While reassessment often results in an increased valuation, and possibly an increased tax bill, Buchanan County property owners have avoided for the most part the dramatic […]

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A Seller Disclosure Form

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // June 26, 2019

Soon after making an offer on a home, buyers will receive a document called a seller disclosure form. Read it carefully! This is not a piece of paperwork you want to slide by with a mere cursory glance. A Seller Disclosure Form A seller disclosure form is basically a list of everything the seller knows […]

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When You Inherit a House with a Mortgage

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // June 19, 2019

Inheriting a house brings with it challenges, especially if the house comes with a mortgage. When you inherit a house with a mortgage, the mortgage documents may require the beneficiary to repay the entire loan in a very short time; a balloon payment, in other words. When You Inherit a House with a Mortgage Depending […]

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Mortgage Broker Kansas City

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // June 12, 2019

What is a mortgage broker? A mortgage broker Kansas City is an intermediary who brings mortgage borrowers and mortgage lenders together but does not use their own funds to originate mortgages. A mortgage broker helps a borrower connect with lenders who represent the best fit in terms of the borrower’s financial situation and interest-rate needs. […]

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Seeking Green Homes

Posted by Amy Vochatzer // June 5, 2019

Home buyers across the country and in Kansas City are seeking green homes. According to McGraw Hill Construction research dating back to 2006, “The green home building market most rapidly accelerated during the housing downturn when builders experienced in green remained in business at higher proportions than those not knowledgeable about energy-efficient and green home […]

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